Jay Gordon

Senior Program Manager, Azure Cosmos DB

Jay Gordon is a Senior Program Manager with Azure Cosmos DB focused on reaching developer communities. Jay is located in Brooklyn, NY.

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AzureFunBytes Episode 65 – @Azure Durable Functions For Automation With @LBugnion

Work on writing your code and not managing the infrastructure required. Let the Durable Functions framework take care of activity monitoring, synchronization, and runtime concerns. You can also use many of the popular programming languages you are already familiar with.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.01.14

This week brings a heavy heaping of Azure DevOps from our community members. We've got posts on Power Platform, Python, Azure DevOps Pipelines, Terraform, and more! Let's get into our posts for this week.

AzureFunBytes Episode 64 – Building SOC Efficiency with @Azure Sentinel with @rodtrent

This week we’ll investigate the use cases for implementing the first cloud-native Security and Event Management service (SIEM) Microsoft Sentinel.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2022.01.07

It's a new year, time for some new posts from the community! This week's posts cover subjects like Az Modules, Pipelines, Azure API Management, repository branching, Packer, and Azure Kubernetes Service.

AzureFunBytes Episode 63 – Getting Started with @Azure and WebAssembly with @StevenMurawski

To talk more about WebAssembly, I’ve asked Steven Murawski, a Principal Cloud Advocate at Microsoft to come back on the show. We’ll learn about what changes to web applications are provided by WebAssembly, look at how we can integrate it with your Azure environment, and show how to get started.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.12.31

I hope you've had a great holiday season so far. I have been off the last two weeks but I wanted to make sure I was able to finish the year strong with another one of these roundups from the community.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.12.17

Let's take a look at what contributions came from our community this week. I am always thankful I am capable of creating these posts every week because of people like you. We've got new posts about storing your Docker images, npm modules, Azure Pipelines, Terraform, Xcode, and even Azure PowerApps!

Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions

The main goal of this is to show the viewer how to utilize an automated process to deploy applications by just pushing to a GitHub repository. If you'd like to follow along with this session, I've provided viewers with a GitHub Template with full instructions on how to deploy this solution.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.12.10

I am always on the hunt looking for great information for those who are just learning about DevOps all the way to the seasoned vet looking to implement some new methodology. Let's take a look at this week's roundup! We've got posts on GitOps, Kubernetes, Microservices, and a lot more.

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.12.03

We've got great updates about testing. Azure Data Factory, retrieving deleted git branches, and Bicep.

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